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The House That Tweets

One of the nice things about appearing on Digital Planet is that we get to talk to cool people doing interesting things… like this http://bit.ly/2M0AWc More on the topic on next week’s show. (thanks, Michelle!)

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My del.icio.us bookmarks for July 5th through July 7th

Here’s what I tagged on del.icio.us between July 5th and July 7th: Slashdot | The Internationalization of Malware – Nice attempt to take a multicultural view of malware Why Identi.ca needs to look further afield than open source. Strange Attractor … Continue reading

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Changing the Way We Think

[As ever, you can read this on the BBC News website, and Nick Carr has picked up on it] In her recently published book ID: The Quest for Identity in the 21st Century, Professor Susan Greenfield brings her considerable expertise … Continue reading

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The bustle of participation

I’m one of the bloggers over at the New Statesman New Media Awards blog.  Latest entry considers what Sam Johnson might have made of Twitter… I’ve been up for an hour. In that time I’ve updated my Facebook status and … Continue reading

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Asking Shia

As part of the Seesmic Indiana Jones fest this morning we got to put a question to Shia Laboeuf, one of the stars of the film in Cannes for all the promotion. Here’s the question (the sound quality is poor … Continue reading

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Steven Spielberg interviewed on Seesmic

Steven Spielberg interviewed on Seesmic Originally uploaded by BillT. Gia and Sizemore are in Cannes interviewing cast and crew of Indiana Jones on Seesmic and posting to the timeline as live as they can – George Lucas, Harrison Ford, Cate … Continue reading

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Twitter is the Higgs Boson of the Internet

The Higgs field is what gives particles their mass.  Go into orbit and try to push a 1 tonne satellite – you can’t. It weighs nothing but its mass is unchanged by being in free fall or even in deep … Continue reading

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@bbccouk Finished my column and going to make coffee…

[As ever you can read this on the BBC News website] Unlike many of my friends and colleagues I wasn’t able to make it to Austin, Texas for this year’s  SXSW interactive, the four day technology conference and festival that … Continue reading

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